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Submitted by mathsman 565d ago | news

Wreck-It Ralph Videogame Arrives

Surely creating some sort of irreversible paradox, Activision has today released the official videogame of Disney’s forthcoming Wreck-It Ralph. Available now for Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS and Wii, player must help Ralph earn the ‘wreck-ognition’ he deserves before its game over. (3DS, Nintendo DS, Wii, Wreck-It-Ralph)

kirbyu  +   564d ago
I'll bet you a million dollars this game sucks.
Servbot41  +   564d ago
Only Activision would be able to make a crappy game based on a fantastic movie about video games. So you are probably right.
PopRocks359  +   564d ago
That's a tad inaccurate. MANY devs/publishers have produced terrible movie tie-in video games. It's not exclusive to just Activision.
Mathew9R   564d ago | Spam

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